A good laugh: Good occupation

August 10, 2017

By Eddy Montilla.

“By observing your likes, it is possible to know your occupation in the future.” A teacher said to her students. “Let’s see, tell me what part of my body you prefer and I will tell you what you will be some day.”

“I like your nails, Miss Baker.”

“Well, you will probably be manicurist, Angela.”

“I love your eyes, Miss Baker.”

“You might be a good oculist, John.”

“Don’t worry about me.” Ron said. “I know exactly what I want to be: A good milker!”

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A good laugh: The smart student

December 17, 2016

By Eddy Montilla.

CHICKEN

“This is my drawing, Miss Beetle.” A boy said to his teacher.

“A blank page?”

No! It is a fast chicken eating corn grains, but it ate all of them already.”

“And, where is the chicken?”

“It ran away!”

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A good laugh: Like father, like son

July 5, 2016

By Eddy Montilla.

DONKEY

One day, the lion got all animals with their young together and told them: “We are getting old and going through a difficult time. We need the best of our children.”

“I am good at making holes.” The baby mole said and other animals clapped.

“I am good at climbing trees for food.” The baby monkey said. And so did other young animals about their skills.

“Say something, as…hole!”, a donkey said to his son.

“I am good at being stupid!!”

“That’s my boy!!”

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A good laugh: The truly Hell

June 13, 2016

By Eddy Montilla.

Explanatory Note: The following joke is a made-up story by the author with the sole purpose of providing fun for the readers. Therefore, it does not have the slightest intention of making fun of any person for his or her religious convictions.

HELL

On a Sunday morning, a father is reading biblical stories to his little son.

“Dad, does Hell really exist?”

“Of course, son”

“And where is it exactly?”

The father looks at her wife and asks her kindly:

Honey, what is your mother’s new address?”

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A Good Laugh: The unlucky husband

May 16, 2016

By Eddy Montilla.

Explanatory Note: The following joke is a made-up story by the author with the sole purpose of providing fun for the readers. Therefore, it does not have the slightest intention of making fun of any person for his or her religious convictions.

DAILY ROUTINE

A man is crying inconsolably in a church. A father saw him, come closer and ask him: “What happened to you, grief-stricken soul?”

”My wife left me, father.”

I see. It is painful, but now she is in Jesus’ arms.

No, father, she left me for Jesus, the Mexican, last year and came back soon. Another man, father, another man.

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A good laugh: Keeping burglars away

April 4, 2016

By Eddy Montilla.

MIRROR

“Mark, burglars don’t give me a moment’s peace.”

“I had the same problem, Fred, but now I can even sleep with the door wide open.”

“How did you get it?”

“Very simple. I just put a sign in front of my house: To burglars: I have all the fences around his home electrified with high voltage, a pit bull is always behind the door and my wife’s face is uglier than hell. Believe me, if the first two things do not kill you, the third one will do.”

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A good laugh: The perverted ant

February 29, 2016

By Eddy Montilla.

ANT

“You look great!” An ant said to an elephant. “If I could make love with you tonight, I don’t care to die tomorrow!

“No disrespect intended, but I don’t think you have the size to respond or satisfy me on a bed.” The elephant said.

The ant went away and minutes later, came back with 7 million ants that made a thick and compact 2-metre-long line while looked the elephant’s private parts.

“It’s Ok. We are ants. We work in groups!”

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